Sedona Verde Valley Art: A History from Red Rocks to Plein-Air

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Overview
The jaw-dropping allure of the Sedona Verde Valley is a magnet for celebrated visual artists from around the world. This unforgettable landscape has inspired nearly a century of diverse painting, experimental collage, provocative sculpture and stimulating architecture. Tourists and locals are enamored of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and the unique and often political art of Jerome continues to evolve. In a captivating exploration of state and regional styles alongside profiles of contemporary masters, author and historian Lili DeBarbieri presents the full story of Sedona art.
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ISBN: 9781626198418
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Arizona
Images: 47
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Lili DeBarbieri is a non-fiction author, librarian and travel expert. An accomplished and versatile writer, her work has appeared in a range of publications including the Utah Prairie Dog. Her notable debut book A Guide to Southern Arizona's Historic Farms and Ranches was named a New Mexico–Arizona Book Awards finalist. Originally from Philadelphia, she calls Tucson home and currently serves as a grants panelist at the Arizona Commission for the Arts. This is her third book.